Problems with tweets containing url

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by dusan, Mar 5, 2015.

  1. dusan

    dusan Newbie

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    I've came across this problem lately, every time I tweet something that contains url in it, my tweet is not found in twitter search results, if I tweet without url it's found instantly, or even if I edit tweet containing url and remove url, tweet is instantly searchable.. I have the same problem on 200+ twitter accounts, any ideas?
     
  2. maranzamax

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    Maybe twitter is preventing you from posting links 'cause you spammed too much. Just guessing..
     
  3. HoNeYBiRD

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    twitter is also using some ranking algorithm to prevent spam I guess
     
  5. dusan

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    Maybe, I'm using custom made API and am also using private proxies.

    It doesn't matter what link I post, it can be google.com or even twitter.com, it doesn't work.

    I would like to stay below spam radar, what should I do, I'm using proxies and custom made bot, no cookies etc., I really don't see any connections, its really frustrating.
     
  6. Nick25

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    I have the same issue,is there a way to fix it?

    I thought that tweeting with link to your website is ok,many do this and their tweets appear on search results.

    I tried from old and new account,different url's,the result is the same...anything with a link doesnt appear on search.
     
  7. jamie3000

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    That's really interesting you say that, because I've always wondered if they follow header redirects. How did you find this out?